Automatic. Blue; black composition grips. 8-1/2 oz. 5-shot mag. Made by Friz Mann, Suhl, Germany
Manuela has a Simon Halberg German bisque head and brown eyes. Her wig is made from yaks hair as many of the powdered wigs of the period tended to be (yak hair was coarser and so would hold a style longer, plus hold up better under the weight of the flour used to powder it). It is relatively simple, though wigs became far more elaborate later in the 18th century. While wigs were popular throughout the 17th century, it wasnt until the 1690s that it became common to powder them; it became a style that lasted until the French Revolution and may have played a role in...
Manufactured by: Simon & Halberg
2-Barrel Over and under pistol with folding wire shoulder stock. Blue; Fancy black plastic grips. Single-shot in each barrel. 40-3/4 oz. with stock. 30" long with stock extended.
Margaret has a German bisque head, blonde hair, and brown eyes. She is wearing a green printed damask coat in the style known as a greatcoat - full length with a fitted waist, wide sleeves, a broad collar, and a short cape attached over the shoulders. New and heavier fabrics became popular in the 1830s and 1840s, and more layers were added. Now women added a camisole over the corset and several layers of petticoats to add fullness to their skirts, sometimes included a wadded, quilted petticoat. They also sometimes achieved more fullness by adding six to eight inches of...
Marguerite has an Armand Marseille bisque head, black hair in the catagon style (see Judith - 1785) and blue eyes. She is wearing a dark blue cloth redingote. The redingote was a fashion innovation from England in the 1780s; it was influenced by the masculine redingote (a type of overcoat originally intended as a riding habit) and was tailored, trim, and efficient looking. For women, it tended to assume the role of an overdress, or occasionally a wrap. It was full length with a deep collar and wide lapels, often double-breasted as seen here. As such it was the ancestor of todays womens coats. Judith also wears...
Manufactured by: Armand Marseilles